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ACTRL_ACCESS info  Overview  Group

[This is a preview of an interface that may appear in future releases of Windows.]

The ACTRL_ACCESS structure contains an array of access-control lists for an object and its properties.

typedef struct _ACTRL_ALIST {

    ULONG                       cEntries;

    PACTRL_PROPERTY_ENTRY       pPropertyAccessList;




Specifies the number of entries in the pPropertyAccessList array.
Pointer to an array of ACTRL_PROPERTY_ENTRY structures. Each structure contains a list of access-control entries for an object or a specified property on the object.

See Also

ACTRL_PROPERTY_ENTRY, ConvertAccessToSecurityDescriptor, ConvertSecurityDescriptorToAccessNamed, GetNamedSecurityInfoEx, GetSecurityInfoEx, SetEntriesInAccessList, SetNamedSecurityInfoEx, SetSecurityInfoEx 

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